History


History

US Civil Rights, 1865-1941

In this course, Professor Robert Cook explores the development of African-American civil rights from the end of the American Civil War (1865) to the United States' entry into World War II (1941). After a brief introduction that provides an...

6 lectures

1:08:07

Prof. Robert Cook

Sussex University

History

The Tudors – Edward VI and Mary I, 1547-58

In this course, Professor Sue Doran (University of Oxford) explores the reigns of Edward VI (1547-53) and Mary I (1553-58), a period which some historians have labelled the Mid-Tudor Crisis. We begin by thinking about the religious policies of...

6 lectures

1:01:51

Prof. Susan Doran

Oxford University

History

The Tudors – Elizabeth I and the Catholic Problem, 1558-1603

In this course, Professor John Morrill (University of Cambridge) thinks about the treatment of Catholics during the reign of Elizabeth I (1558-1603). The course begins by thinking about Elizabeth's own religious beliefs, focusing in particular at...

6 lectures

0:52:37

Prof. John Morrill

Cambridge University

History

The Tudors – Elizabeth I and the Succession Crises, 1558-1603

In this course, Professor John Morrill (University of Cambridge) explores the reign of Elizabeth I (1533-1603) through the lens of the succession crisis that she faced throughout her life – both at the beginning of her reign in 1558, and...

6 lectures

0:54:18

Prof. John Morrill

Cambridge University

History

The First Crusade, 1095-99

In this course, Dr Nicholas Morton (Nottingham Trent University) explores the First Crusade, a massive military campaign in the Near East which ended with the Crusaders' capture of Jerusalem in 1099. The course begins by considering the nature of...

6 lectures

1:13:35

Dr Nicholas Morton

Nottingham Trent University

History

The Bourbon Restoration, 1814-30

In this course, Dr Michael Rapport (University of Glasgow) explores the Bourbon Restoration, the period of French history between the defeat of Napoleon in 1814 and the July Revolution of 1830. The first module provides a basic introduction to...

6 lectures

0:43:12

Dr Michael Rapport

Glasgow University

History

The Congress of Vienna, 1814-15

In this course, Dr Michael Rapport (University of Glasgow) explores the Congress of Vienna, the conference of ambassadors who met between November 1814 – June 1815 with the aim of providing a long-term peace plan for Europe. The course begins...

6 lectures

1:01:05

Dr Michael Rapport

Glasgow University

History

Anglo-Saxon England and the Norman Conquest, 878-1066

In this course, Dr Benjamin Pohl (University of Bristol) explores Anglo-Saxon England and the Norman Conquest. The course begins by considering where the Normans came from, focusing in particular on the Viking raids of the ninth and tenth...

6 lectures

1:02:43

Dr Benjamin Pohl

Bristol University

History

The 1848 Revolutions

In this course, Dr Michael Rapport (University of Glasgow) explores the series of revolutions that arose in Europe in 1848-49. We begin by considering the medium- to long-term origins of the 1848 Revolutions, thinking in particular about the...

6 lectures

1:07:44

Dr Michael Rapport

Glasgow University

History

Philosophy & Religious Studies

The Political Thought of Karl Marx

In this course, Professor Terrell Carver (University of Bristol) introduces the political thought of Karl Marx. In the first module, we think about the way in which Marx has been re-interpreted over the last century and make some attempt to...

6 lectures

1:05:26

Prof. Terrell Carver

Bristol University

History

The British Civil Wars, 1639-51

In this course, Professor John Morrill (University of Cambridge) thinks about the British Civil Wars, the intertwined series of conflicts that ravaged England, Ireland and Scotland in the mid-17th century. In the first two modules, we think about...

6 lectures

1:01:44

Prof. John Morrill

Cambridge University

History

The French Wars of Religion, 1562-98

In this course, Professor Mark Greengrass (University of Sheffield) explores the French Wars of Religion. In the first module, we consider whether the Wars of Religion are a period or a problem, thinking in particular about the key characteristics...

6 lectures

1:01:52

Prof. Mark Greengrass

Sheffield University

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